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Forts Tour Rajasthan

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Duration: 14 Nights / 15 Days

Places to visit: Delhi- Agra- Jaipur- Bikaner- Jaisalmer- Jodhpur – Udaipur – Delhi

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

On arrival at international airport you will be met by our representative, meet and transfer to Hotel. Stay

overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Delhi 

Day tour of Delhi visiting Old Delhi (Red Fort, Jamia Mosque, Ghandi Samadi) and New Delhi (India Gate,

President House, Himayun Tomb, Qutab Minar Lotus Temple). Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 03: Delhi – Agra 

Morning drive to Agra, en-route visit Mathura and Sikandra, On arrival check in at hotel, evening at leisure.

Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 04: Agra – Jaipur 

Morning – drive to Jaipur en-route visit to Fatehpur Sikri (deserted Mughal City) and Bird sanctuary, on

arrival Jaipur check in at hotel. Stya overnight at Hotel.

Day 05: Day Jaipur 

Morning – excursion to Amer Fort, ascend Fort on Elephants back, afternoon tour of city visiting City Palace,

Jantar Mantar (observatory), Palace of Winds, Birla Temple Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 06: Jaipur – Bikaner 

Morning drive to Bikaner, On arrival check in at Hotel. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 07: Bikaner – Jaisalmer 

Mornign tour of City visiting Bikaner Fort, Lalghar Palace and excursion to Deshnoke Temple (Rat Temple),

thereafter drive to Jaisalmer, en-route visit Pokhran Fort (optional), on arrival in Jaisalmer check in at Hotel.

Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 08: Jaisalmer

Morning tour of Jaisalmer, visiting Jaisalmer Fort, Gadisar, Havelies (old Houses) etc. Afternoon drive to

Sam or Khuri., evening after camel safari and watching sunset at dunes drive to Jaisalmer. Stay overnight at

hotel.

Day 09: Jaisalmer – Jodhpur 

Morning drive to Jodhpur, on arrival in Jodhpur check in at hotel , evening at leisure. Stay overnight at

Hotel.

Day 10: Jodhpur – Udaipur 

Morning Tour of Jodhpur City visiting Jodhpur Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, thereafter drive

to Udaipur, on arrival in Udaipur check in at Hotel. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 11: Udaipur 

Morning boat ride at Lake Pichola including Visit to Jagmandir island, followed by sightseeing tour, visiting

City palace, Jagdish Temple, Sahiliyon-ki-Bari (Garden of maids of Honour) etc, evening transfer to airport

for flight to Delhi, on arrival in Delhi, you will be met by our representative, meet and transfer to Hotel. Stay

overnight at Hotel..

Day 12: Depart – Delhi 

Day free for shopping, evening transfer to airport for flight to onwards journey.

Rajasthan Classical Tours

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Day 1 New Delhi to Agra

Delhi to Agra 240 Kms 4 Hrs drive time

This morning You are bound for Agra car and driver Meet you at Hotel and our company representative

will Help You in check Out at hotel.

And the world renown Taj Mahal – the greatest monument to love and the strongest magnet to any

visitor to India.

Taj Mahal One of the Seven Wonders of the World and surely th3e most extravagant expression of love

ever created. 20,000 men laboured for over 17 years to build this memorial to Shah Jahan’s beloved

wife. It is a wealth of white marble and semi-precious stone

Undoubtedly the highlight of our tour. Later We leave for tour of the imposing Agra Fort, built of red

sandstone and marble is a hilltop citadel with fabulous courtyards, fountains and gates.

Day 2 Agra to Jaipur 250 Kms and 5 hrs drive time

Sunrise visit of Taj Mahal

Another magical viewing come at dawn. In the early hours we enter the great gates and catch a

breathtaking sight of the rising sun as it warms the pristine marble domes, and in the rosy mist it seems

as though the entire jewel like monument is floating on the lake of light. After breakfast back at the

hotel we leave for Jaipur, driving through vibrant Rajasthani villages, Passing through this colorful

countryside we witness scenes that are the same today as they were 2000 year ago – a wedding

procession perhaps, a village fair, or a simple gathering of gaily clad women gossiping at a water

fountain. In the fields we glimpse brightly turbaned men driving the oxen and plough and women

threshing grain or sowing seeds. Their gold adornments flash in the sun, and they seem like a flock of

bejeweled birds with their brilliant saris billowing in the soft breeze. On the way stop at Fatehpursikri

magical Ghost city Mughal Palace. Build by Emperor Akbar in 1597. this glorious complex stands today

unchanged, the elaborately carved sandstone and marble as crisp as it was 400 years ago, still

exemplifying the atmosphere of Akbar’s cultured and enlightened court. Adjoining Diwane-I-Am (Hall of

Public) is the Parchesi Courtyard where Akbar’s Ladies frolicked as playing pieces on the outsize

checkerboard. We will reach jaipur, the Pink City in the early evening and drive directly to a magnificent

Hotel.

This well be a cultural evening, we visit Chokhi Dhani- An ethnic village resort, the vitality or Rajasthani

folk culture comes alive as children dance rhythmically to the loud tenor of folk songs sung by men and

women, festooned in bright clothes. Gaily caparisoned came, horses and bullock carts offer joy rides. A

traditional Rajasthani dinner will be served. Overnight stay.

Over night stay at hotel

Day 3

There is much to see in and around the Jaipur city and one of the most pleasant excursions is the visit ot

the old fort city of Amber. Past hills whose every peak is fortified we drive between narrow cliffs of wild

bouganvillia flower to the palace that seems to grow out of the rocky hill rising above Maona Lake, the

former capital of the extensive Jaipur state. An elephant ride bnrings us to the impressive courtyard of

the fortress Palace of Amber. The bejeweled interior increases in richness as the small rooms rise along

decorated passageways finally reaching the exquisite Sheesh Mahal, the Hall of Mirrors. There is not an

inch of this fairytale palace that is not covered with paintings, carvings, silver and gold ornaments,

stained glass, mother of pearls inlays and marble intarsia everything your eye alights upon in spangled

and shimmering in the golden Indian light! After lunch we tour the City Palace Complex one of the most

daring and successful synthesis of Mughal and Rajput styles according to the Baroda Maharja of.

Driving through the city we marvel at the Hawa Mahal, the Palace fo the winds, the improbable fretted

five story building only one room deep where the royal women in Purdah could watch the world go by

from 593 niches and woindows without the world seeing them. We continue with a tour of the Jantar

Mantar Royal Observatory, the Govind Temple and the Central Museum.

Over night stay at hotel

Day 4

Jaipur to Jodhpur 275 km driver time approx 6 hrs

After morning breakfast proceed to Jodhpur through the most interesting contours of the desert

landscape, the enchanting forts, temples, other royal residences and settlements retain its medieval

character and comprise the town’s multifaceted attractions. On arrival check in to the hotel. Rest of trhe

day free at leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 5 Jodhpur city

After the breakfast at hotel we will visit the majestic Fort Mehrangarh, which dominates and offers

spectacular vistas of the blue-hued city.

After the fort visit we will visit Jaswant Thada- white marble mausoleum built in 1899 in the memory of

Maharaja Jaswant Singh and visit the Museum in the gardens of Umaid.

after the lunch break we will visit mandore Garden- the ancient capital of the Pratihara Rajputs, whose

most remarkable monuments are the royal cenotaphs, particularly those of Jaswant Singh and Ajit Singh.

a sanctuary dedicated to 300 million divinities shelters statues natural size local heroes. Overnight stay

at hotel.

Day 6

Jodhpur-Kumbalgarh –Ranakpur Udaipur (275 km 7 hrs driver time)

After breakfast on surface drive to Udaipur the city to Lake of India. There is no place in Rajasthan,

which appeals more to the imagination of poets and painter travelers and writers than Udaipur, an oasis

in the desert state of Rajasthan. Enroute we will visit the Jain Temple at Ranakpur. Superbly preserved

in a near perfect condition for over 500 years. The mosrt attractive features are the 29th hall of the

temple. Which have 1444 pillars of which no two are like and continue drive to Udaipur and our next

stop is Kumbhalgarh- famous for Fort converted into hotel, one can have lunch there, continue drive to

Udiapur.

Overnight stay at Udaipur.

Day 7

Udaipur

After morning breakfast visit famous temple Eklingi and Nagda, which enshrines the deity of the

maharana’s of Mewar. Spend the rest of the day exploring this charming lake city by car.

Afternoon visit to City Palace grounds and museum, which are the testament the valour and chivalry of

the Mewar rulers. Visit Saheliyon ki Bari, Jagdish Temple, Lake Pichola. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 8

Pushkar

Morning breakfast on surface driver to Pushkar. Quite an d traditional, Pushkar is a heaven for tourist

searching for respite. A religious town built round the lake. Pushkar holds its sancity on account of the

legend that Lord Brahma and his wife saraswati performed a ritual in the lake here. On arrival check in

hotel overnight stay at hotel.

In the evening visit Brahma temple of the world and thereafter intermingle with the local colour in the

local bazaar.

Day 9

after morning breakfast on surface proceed to Delhi

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Rajasthan Tours Packages

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ARRIVAL DELHI

Meet upon arrival and transfer to hotel. On arrival chek in at hotel.

Day 2 –Delhi

Morning schedule- Old Delhi- for something close to Rudyard Kipling, visit the 17th century old Delhi-

Jama Masjid- the biggest mosque in India. Rajghat memorial where father of the nation Mahatma

Gandhi was cremated.

After lunch break

New Delhi tour – the capital of the country has long been a poenix rising again and again out of its ruins.

Delhi is early seven cities in one, the first dating from the 11th century. See the famous Qutab Minar 12th

century building 238 ft high stone tower, indeed a masterpiece of construction, new Delhi was the

creation of the British Raj of the 30’s and includes the President House Parliament House, India Gate, Raj

Path and Cannaught Place.

Day 3

Delhi to Mandawa (260 km and 7 Hrs)

Town Mandawa lies in the heart of the shekhavati. As Mandawa emerges from the sand like a mirage.

Wandered through to streets were the mentioned and havelies of rich merchants are adorned with

elaborates frescoes and admire their intricately painting courtyards. The rugged fort for Mandawa was

built in 1755 by Thakur Naval Singh.

Day 4 Mandawa to Bikaner (200 km 5 Hrs)

Bikaer city – founded at the close of the 15th century by Rao Bikaji and was the former capital of the

state of that name, the city has a 16th century huge fort containing ancient palaces and temples, the

Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum, contains statues of Gupta period and Rajput miniatures is worth the

visit. Bikaner is the home of the famous camel corps still most useful in desert warfare.

Karni Mata Temple/Deshnok

Which is dedicated mystic karni Mata the huge silver gates of the temple and the marble carvings attract

the visitor. A golden umbrella tops the temple, but the main interest here is the rats. The tmple is

infested with holy rats, infested with holy rats, which are fed and card for in the belief that they will

reincarnate as mystics or holy men. As you stroll around, the rats play and leapfrog over your bare feet.

Day 5

Bikaner /Nagaur/Khimsar

Nagaur fort which is the central spot in here dates back its history to the 4th century constructed by the

Nagavanshis. This fort was later reconstructed using stone by the Ghaznivities in the early 12th century.

Since then a constant attempt has been taken to improvise this historical monument with a new mean

and form. This land has been the place of rule for many renowned emperors in India. Nagaur Fort is the

heart of this town and the best fort with a flat land that has a distinct monument in the whole of

Rajasthan. The striking façade and the gigantic monuments are the house for many mosques. Temples

land palaces, which are true examples of splendor, intricate architecture and elegance.

Drive to the hotel

Khimsar Fort has now become a destination in itself. It provides an ideal two night halt which falls mid-

way in the hectic Rajasthan itinerary. Time to unwind, relax and enjoy the privileges at Khimsar in the

fresh countryside environment. So many facilities at such reasonable rates.

Day 6

Khimsar/Osyan/Pokhran/Jaisalmer

Osian – an ancient town of the Thar Desert having a cluster of ruined Brahman and Jain temples, dating

from the 8th century to 11th century. Each one is spectacular in its originality of composition and

sculptural elegance.

Pokhran –the junction where the Jaisalmer to Bikaner and jaisalmer to Jodhpur roads split is the site of

another magnificent Rajasthan fortress. The yellow sandstone fort rises from the yellow desert sands

and shelters a tangle of narrow streets lines by balconied houses decorated with parrots elephants and

Rajasthani inevitable peacocks. The usually quiet town springs to life during its annual cattle fair.

Keep driving to hotel.

Day 7

Jaisalmer

In the moring visit of Jaisalmer town. It was built by Meharawal Jaisal in 1156 AD. One of the 2nd oldest in

Rajasthan situated on triangular mound 76 meters above ground level, Jai temple of 12th century BC

Gadisar Tank, Folk Museum, Patva ki Haveli and Diwan Nathmal ki Haveli, Badal NiwasPalace.

After lunch break

Sam

Village Sam is 50 one way to Jaisalmer famous for its cluster sand dunes. These dunes are large extents

of shifting sands, the winds heaps the sand in to hills or deep hollow scops vary in size from 3 to 15 km.

camel ride is arranged and in the evening enjoy the sen set with changing colour in desert.

Day 8 Jaisalmer to Jodhpur/Luni fort

Jodhpur- this ancient capital of Marwar is surrounded by a stone wall almost 9 km. in circumference

with seven gates separating it from the sands that stretch out on all side. Dominating the city is a

massive impregnable fortress situated on a rocky scrapped hill. Within the fort walls are number of old

palaces, with priceless jewels and interesting collection of arms.

Mehrangarh Fort- still run by the Maharaja of Jodhpur, Mehrangarh, the majestic fort, is just that

sprawled across a 125m hight hill, this is the most formidable fort in fort situated in Rajasthan.

Luni /Kumbalgarh Fort

Jeep safari in the Bishnoi tribal villages to see the rural way of life if possible we will try to show you

opium drinking ceremony.

Bishnoi and Patel community – they are argriculturist and second oldest community protecting flora

and fauna. Separate cluster of houses for one entire family. Group can enjoy opium ceremony here and

can have cup of tea with local flavor.

Prajapat community

they are weavers. Here also they demonstrate the way of weaving where you can buy local mat etc.

Day 10 Kumbalgarh /Ranakpur/ Udaipur

Kumbalgarh Fort is 84 km. this is the second most important Fort in Rajasthan after chittorgarh, this fort

was built in the 15th century by Maharana Kumbha. It is built a top of the aravalli hills and is accessible by

jeep through its seven gates.

Later driver to Udaipur on the way Ranakpur temple visit

Ranatkpur

90 km from Udaipur in a quiet isolated glen, is a remarkable compled of jain temples of Ranakpur built in

1440 AD. During the monarch Rana Kumbha period.

Day 11 Udaipur

Eklinji Temple 22 km from Udaipur. Built in 734 AD. Cut out of sandstone and marble. This is a complex

of 108 temples enclosed by high walls. The temple is devoted to this particular deity which was

worshipped by the Maharanas of Mewar.

Nagda- very close to Eklinji is Nagda Named after its founder Nagaditya and is one of the most ancient

places in Mewar there are Hindu and jain Temples notable among which is the sas-bahu temple

dedicated to Vishnu.

Udaipur city

Visiting city palace. Situated on elevation on the eastern bank of lake Pichola jagdish temple close to the

City Palace is the 17th century temple dedicated to lord Vishnu. Fatehsagar lake. Sahelion-ki-Badi.

Day 12

Udaipur to Chottorgarh

After breakfast drive to Chittorgarh 230km and 5 hrs drive.

Chittorgarh- it built by the Mori rulers in 7th century, which is located on a 180m high hill. Padmini’s

palace- the palace of the legendary queen of mewar is in the fort, Meera and kumbhashyam temple this

temple is associated with the poetess cum devotee of lored Krishna. Meer kalika mata temple. A temple

of grddess Kali, vijay stambha.

Menal Temple

Prithviraj Chauhan, who also ruled Delhi for a while, built a palace on the bank of the Menal river which

runs over granite slabs before finally plunging into a gorge over 122m deep. The entrance to the

mansion is via a two storeyed gateway carved with images of the gods Ganesha and bhairava. The

sauare courtyard beyond the entrance houses a huge Shiva temple of stone. Built in the ancient Hindu

stylewith a carved pagoda and pillars

Drive to Biundi

Day 13

Bundi – visit Taragarh Fort it was built in 1354 and is reached by a steep road leading up the hillside.

There are massive battlements and reservoirs in the fort. The commanding position gives captivating

views of the town below and the surrounding countryside. The place is halfway down the hillside from

the fort clinging to the hill side it is famous for chitrashal which houses murals of the Bundi School of

miniature art. Baoris ste; wells especially the nagar sagar kund and the rani-ji-ki baori are worth visiting.

Day 14

Bundi to Pushkar

Pushkar- take its name from the pushkar Lake near Ajmer where world famous Pushkar fair is held

annually. A dip in the holy waters of the lake is considered auspicious.

Brahma Temple visit- may be hereby people can ask their wishes for true love to be fulfill by the Hindu

god Brahma who is known for writing the human fate.

Overnight stay at Pushkar.

Day 15

Pushkar to Jaipur (150 km 4 hrs )

Jaipur

Amber Fort- the original palace of the local rulers was built in the 17th century high up on a hill

overlooking a lake, just below the vast and somber walls of the ancient fort of Amber The towers and

domes of the Amber palace are reminiscent of scenes from some fairy tale. Its hall of victory are richly

decorated with panels of alabaster with fine inlay work of tender colours.

After lunch

We will explore the Pink City

Pink City- this 18th century city is famed as the ‘Pink City’ because of the local rose pink sandstone used

in its construction. The fortifications gives it a medieval atmosphere. But its well planned layout is

modern, built in 1728. Visit Maharaja’s City Palace,

Day 16 jaipur to Deeg(200 km 5 hrs )

After morning breakfast proceed to Deeg. Deeg Palace is surrounded by formal Mughal gardens and is

consider by some to be the second only to the Taj Mahal in their beauty and symmetry. The palace has a

narrow ceiling with gently sloping iron spheres in it. When water flows on the ceiling these spheres run

over each other and create a noise like drizzling clouds. Deeg palace is fine blend of Mughal and Rajput

architect built by various Maharajas. Also visit Lohargarh Fort also known as iron fort.

Over night stay at Deeg.

Day 17 Deeg to Bharatpur/Fatehpur Sikri/ Agra (100km 3 hrs)

Bharatpur- Bharatpur is famous for Bird century is also know as Ghana Keoldeo Sanctury is home of

very large variety of water birds 328 species being identified saras, crane white ibis, open bill stark,

painted stark, Indian darter, grey heron and migrants such as ducks, geese, and Siberian cranes.

Fatehpur Sikri (40 km 1 hrs)

About 40 km from Agra lies the magnificent deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri. The capital of the great and

loved Emperor Akbar. During his brief stay here a great complex of forts palaces and mosques sprang

up. But Akbar was finally forced to abandon his dream city due to lack of water. And it become a ghost

city.

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Day 18 Agra/Delhi

Taj Mahal One of the Seven Wonders of the World and surely th3e most extravagant expression of love

ever created. 20,000 men laboured for over 17 years to build this memorial to Shah Jahan’s beloved

wife. It is a wealth of white marble and semi-precious stone

Undoubtedly the highlight of our tour. Later We leave for tour of the imposing Agra Fort, built of red

sandstone and marble is a hilltop citadel with fabulous courtyards, fountains and gates.

Rest of the evening free to explore the local handicrafts and shopping centers of the city where one can

look for marble inlay work, fine quality.

In the second half of the day we will leave to delhi

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Day 1 Arrival In New Delhi

Upon arrival in New Delhi Our company representative meet You at Delhi Indira Gandhi

International Airport He is having Your Name Pla card and Our company car and driver

will be there in the parking area, company representative take You up to the car and

welcome You in Indian tradition style with marigold garland and assist You at hotel in

check-in, overnight stay at hotel.

On the way to hotel we will pass the beautiful sites of Delhi, New Delhi designed by

Edwin Lutyens to administer the British empire it is now governmentr headquarters for a

single country  who speaks 1650 languages. Our representative will brief you all the

possible details of the Delhi city.

Day 2    Delhi City Tour

After western style morning breakfast at hotel Your city tour begins with the Birla House

followed by a tour of the fabled Lal Quila, the historic Red Fort, which entirely reflects

the grand but stultifying court etiquette of  Shah Jehan. The white Pearl Mosque, the

Mothi Masjid, built in the early 17th century, is a jewel of perfect proportions. In the

Diwan-I-Khas (the Hall of Private Audience), the most important decisions were made,

the most dazzling festivities were held, and the most tragic events devolved. Listening to

music, candlelight playing on the jewel-inlaid silver ceilings and silk brocades, Shah

Jehan is resported as rhapsodizing: “Ifg on earth there is a paradise of bliss- it is this! Oh,

it is this!”  In the afternoon we delve in to Old Delhi, a teeming warren of tiny streets and

twisted lances where one can still glimpse remnants of faded glory on once elegant

buildings of a bygone era. Small craft shops abound, chock full of “bling”- wildly

fanciful silks, embroideries, silver and gold artifacts, gems (real and fake) and Mad

decorations- all for practically nothing. Returning to the Hotel stop for a visit at the tombs

of Humanyun and Khan-Khanan, the most important early Mughal monument in

Delhi. The mosque Quila-I-Kuhna Masjid survives as a magnificent example of India

Islamic architecture fine arches, elaborate decoration and a favorite favorite façade of

black and white marble on red sandstone.

Day 3 Delhi – Agra 220 Km drive time 4 Hrs

This morning You are bound for Agra car and driver Meet you at Hotel and our company

representative will Help You in check Out at hotel.

And the world renown Taj Mahal – the greatest monument to love and the strongest

magnet to any visitor to India.

On arrival at Agra check in at Hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 4 Agra – Jaipur 250 Km and  drive time 6 Hrs

Another magical viewing come at dawn. In the early hours we enter the great gates and

catch a breathtaking sight of the rising sun as it warms the pristine marble domes, and in

the rosy mist it seems as though the entire jewel like monument is floating on the lake of

light. After breakfast back at the hotel we leave for Jaipur, driving through vibrant

Rajasthani villages, Passing through this colorful countryside we witness scenes that are

the same today as they were 2000 year ago – a wedding procession perhaps, a village fair,

or a  simple gathering of gaily clad women gossiping at a water fountain. In the fields we

glimpse brightly turbaned men driving the oxen and plough and women threshing grain

or sowing seeds. Their gold adornments flash in the sun, and they seem like a flock of

bejeweled birds with their brilliant saris billowing in the soft breeze.  On the way stop at

Fatehpursikri magical Ghost city Mughal Palace. Build by Emperor Akbar in 1597. this

glorious complex stands today unchanged, the elaborately carved sandstone and marble

as crisp as it was 400 years ago, still exemplifying the atmosphere of Akbar’s cultured

and enlightened court. Adjoining Diwane-I-Am (Hall of Public)  is the Parchesi

Courtyard where Akbar’s Ladies frolicked as playing pieces on the outsize checkerboard.

We will reach jaipur,  the Pink City in the early evening and drive directly to a

magnificent Hotel.

Over night stay at hotel

Day 5 Jaipur city Tour

There is much to see in and around the Jaipur city and one of the most pleasant

excursions is the visit ot the old fort city of Amber. Past hills whose every peak is

fortified we drive between narrow cliffs of wild bouganvillia flower to the palace that

seems to grow out of the rocky hill rising above Maona Lake, the former capital of the

extensive Jaipur state. An elephant ride bnrings us to the impressive courtyard of the

fortress Palace of Amber. The bejeweled interior increases in richness as the small rooms

rise along decorated passageways finally reaching the exquisite Sheesh Mahal, the Hall

of Mirrors. There is not an inch of this fairytale palace that is not covered with paintings,

carvings, silver and gold ornaments, stained glass, mother of pearls inlays and marble

intarsia everything your eye alights upon in  spangled and shimmering in the golden

Indian light! After lunch we tour the City Palace Complex one of the most daring and

successful synthesis of Mughal and Rajput styles according to the Baroda Maharja of.

Driving through the city we marvel at the Hawa Mahal, the Palace fo the winds, the

improbable fretted five story building only one room deep where the royal women in

Purdah could watch the world go by from 593 niches and woindows without the world

seeing them. We continue with a tour of the Jantar Mantar Royal Observatory, the

Govind Temple and the Central Museum.

Over night stay at hotel

Day 6 Jaipur

A day of leisure, to rest or to shop- temptations abound. Fabulous silks, ethnic textiles,

charming carved objects, famous blue jaipur pottery, antiques, Dhurries, hand painted

miniatures, household linens, jewelry and gems

Day 7 Jaipur to Jodhpur

Jodhpur the Blue City the capital of Marwar, an ancient city that likes at the edge of the

Thar Desrt.

After morning breakfast at Jaipur proceed to Jodhpur. Check in at hotel in the eveningh

Day 8  Thar Desert

A very special day trip is planned. We pile into the family jeeps and are taken out into the

Thar desert where we can view some of the indigenous animals. We visit and talk with

the Bishnoi Indians in their typical immaculate mud huts. These brightly clad

tribeswomen displaying ivory bangles  up the length of their arms and elaborate golden

nose rings and necklaces welcome you in their village and to their simple way of life tht

is dedicated to living off the land and to the protection of all wild life. we are then taken

to another village to witness an opium ceremony.

Opium in Rajsthan is diluted in water and is offered to all guests as a welcome. You are

invited to see the process the mild opium pellets, and straining the liquid into the palm of

the hand.

Mehrangarh Fort visit

Day 9  Jodhpur to jaisalmer

An early start we drive today through the Thar Desert to the old caravanserai city

Jaisalmer, the Golden City in the the Sand, shimmering like a Thousand and one night

mirage. From a distance as we approach it looks like nothing so much as a set of a

cecilB.deMille blockbuster with Valentino waiting in the wings to dash across the peach

colored sand dunes on a wild black hourse.

Day 10 Jaisalmer

We explore the ancient cobble stone streets of the intriguing city, lined with traditional

havelies and myriad craft shops. In the afternoon a camel safari can be arranged or for

those wishing to negotiate the mhysteries of the desert in a more modern style, an

afternoon jeep safari will take into the neighboring colorful villages to experience first

hand local village life.

Day 11 jaisalmer to Jodhpur

Drive from jaisalmer to Jodhpur You can get the glimps of local life women threshing

grain, past streams on the banks on which bright saries are drying, majestic elephants,

plodding camels and wandering cows share the road with motorbikes laden with family

of our (saris flying!) lumbering buses and sleek modern cars.

Day 12  Jodhpur to Udaipur

This morning we visit the splendid Mehrangarh Fort, a city inside a 10K wall rising 600

feet perched on a sheer cliff. Local musicians serenade visitors as the climb up the

winding road to the main courtyard, a touchinbg site is that of the small golden

handprints made by the devoted and proud young wives of the Maharajah before

committing suttee and the Lohpol Gate. The beautiful Jaswant Thada cenotaph

commemorates four of the wives who committed themselves to the flames of the funeral

pyre of their royal husband.

This afternoon we experience an exceptionally beautiful-somewhat long drive through

hills, deserts and farmlands which takes us to Ranakpur a magnificent cluster of Jain

Temple surrounded by the wooded Aravalli Hills. Built in 1439 the gleaming white

marble temples are a riot of carving on every surface the whole capped with elaborate

domes and spires. After a short visit we drive on the Udaipur.

Over night stay at Udaipur.

Day 13 Udaipur

After breakfast tour to City Palace. Especially noteworthy is the collection of Indian

miniatures in the Krishna Vilas and Zenana Mahal. Later stroll through the Sahelion-Ki-

Bari, the Garden of the Maids and Indian Tivoli with fountains playing at every turn in

this enchanted garden. For a special lunch go to Devi Garh a gorgeously renovated

Ancient Fort . Back to Udaipur You will visit Jagmandir Island, Gul Mahal

A sunset cruise  around the lake takes us gliding past rich merchants havelies women

washing and bathing at the Gangaur Ghats, marble temples a royal hung lodge and the

exquisitely beautifuyl dreamy Gul Mahal.

Day 14 Udaipur   

Take  a leisurely morning to relax or browse some of the shops along the shore. In the

later afternoon we drive through lovely Aravalli Hills to Devi Garh a Marvellous old fort

for  an exquisite dinner. We will be back at night to Udaipur.

Day 15 Udaipur to Delhi

This morning fly back to Delhi. Our driver pick you to the airport and drop at hotel in

New Delhi

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Rajasthan Heritage Tour

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Duration: 15 Nights / 16

Places to visit: Samode -Nawalgarh – Mandawa – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Ghanerao –

Ranakpur – Udaipur – Deogarh – Deogarh – Jaipur – Kanota – Kanota – Agra – Delhi

Day 01: Arrive Delhi – Samode

Rajput Heritage Rajasthan has been long regarded as the land of Maharaja’s, forts and palaces. Staying at

Palace – converted into hotel – is a totally unparalleled experience. Discover a whole new world, as you

meander down the centuries, while you are on following trail. Day 01 – Arrive Delhi – Samode On arrival in

Delhi you will be picked up from the airport and driven straight away to Samode. On arrival check in into

Hotel Samode Palace. Afternoon free to explore the surroundings, in the evening enjoy GALA welcome

dinner with traditional Rajasthani dances. Overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Samode – Nawalgarh

In the morning take a city tour of Jaipur covering Amer Fort, Royal observatory, and then continue to

Nawalgarh: The heart of Shekhawati. On arrival check in into Hotel Roop Niwas Palace. Overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Nawalgarh – Mandawa

Morning free to explore the surroundings, then drive to Mandawa, ideal location to revisit Rajasthan’s rich

heritage and culture. On arrival check in into Castle Mandawa. Rest of the day free to explore the

surroundings. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Mandawa – Bikaner

In the morning explore the area, and in the afternoon drive to Bikaner. On arrival check in into hotel Lallgarh

Palace. Overnight to be spent at hotel.

Day 05: Bikaner

Today enjoy city tour covering Junagadh Fort – constructed between 1588 and 1593 by Raja Rai Singh, fort

has a 986 metre long wall with 37 bastions & two entrances, Bhand Sagar Temple – The 16th century Jain

temple,is the most important of this temple complex, Camel Breeding Farm – a unique experience where

you can ride on a camel & have perhaps the first taste of camel’s milk. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06: Bikaner – Jaisalmer

Morning drive to Jaisalmer – The Citadel City, on arrival check in into Hotel Rawal-Kot. Afternoon free to

relax or enjoy the city atmosphere. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07: Jaisalmer

Morning city tour covering &150; Jaisalmer Fort – built on the highest point of the Tricuta hill, the fort is

entered through the Suraj Pol or Sun Gate. Outstanding features are Megh Durbar & various temples, Salim

Singh- Ki- Haveli & Patwon–Ki-Haveli – some of the beautiful mansions with stone carving and lattice work

of breath taking intricacy, Lodurva – A masterpiece of architectural grandeur. Overnight at hotel.

Day 08: Jaisalmer

No trip to Jaisalmer is complete with out a visit to the most picturesque dunes. This day you will visit Sam

Sand dunes. The ripples on the wind-caressed dunes create enchanting mirages. Adventure freaks can go

out on a Camel Safari – getting the real feel of the desert on the camel back. Overnight at hotel.

Day 09: Jaisalmer – Jodhpur

Today we drive to Jodhpur, after a short city tour proceed further to the Hotel Saradar Samand Palace,

which is located near the Saradar Samand Lake. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10: Jodhpur – Ghanerao

In the morning you are free to explore the enchanting surroundings. Afternoon drive to Ghanerao. On arrival

check in into Ghanerao Castle. Overnight at hotel.

Day 11: Ghanerao – Ranakpur

In the morning take an excursion to Kumbhalgarh. Afternoon drive to Ranakpur, On arrival check in into

hotel Maharani Bagh. Overnight at hotel.

Day 12: Ranakpur – Udaipur

In the morning enjoy visit Ranakpur temples, then continue to Udaipur. On arrival check in into Hotel Shiv

Niwas Palace. In the afternoon enjoy a city tour. Overnight at hotel.

Day 13: Udaipur – Deogarh

In the morning half day city tour. Then drive to Deogarh. On arrival check into Deogarh Mahal: A castle of

Medieval Rajasthan. You can also enjoy of your choice Trekking in the hills or Walk in the village or Local

tribal warrior dance or Performance by folk musicians and artists. Overnight at hotel.

Day 14: Deogarh – Jaipur – Kanota

In the morning drive to Jaipur and proceed 15 kms further towards east. Arrive and check into Royal Castle

Kanota : Rest of the day free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 15: Kanota – Agra

Today drive to Agra, enroute visiting Fatehpur Sikri. Arrive and check in into hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a

city tour covering Taj Mahal, Red Fort, The Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula. Overnight at hotel.

Day 16: Agra – Delhi

oday morning drive back to Delhi enroute visiting Sikandara. After a whirlwind city tour of Delhi, enjoy

farewell dinner, and be transferred to Airport to enboard International flight.

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Rajasthan Tour with Agra

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Upon arrival in New Delhi Our company representative meet You at Delhi Indira Gandhi

International Airport He is having Your Name Pla card and Our company car and driver

will be there in the parking area, company representative take You up to the car and

welcome You in Indian tradition style with marigold garland and assist You at hotel in

check-in, overnight stay at hotel.

On the way to hotel we will pass the beautiful sites of Delhi, New Delhi designed by

Edwin Lutyens to administer the British empire it is now government headquarters for a

single country who speaks 1650 languages. Our representative will brief you all the

possible details of the Delhi city.

Delhi City Tour

After western style morning breakfast at hotel Your city tour begins with the Birla House

followed by a tour of the fabled Lal Quila, the historic Red Fort, which entirely reflects

the grand but stultifying court etiquette of Shah Jehan. The white Pearl Mosque, the

Mothi Masjid, built in the early 17th century, is a jewel of perfect proportions. In the

Diwan-I-Khas (the Hall of Private Audience), the most important decisions were made,

the most dazzling festivities were held, and the most tragic events devolved. Listening to

music, candlelight playing on the jewel-inlaid silver ceilings and silk brocades, Shah

Jehan is resported as rhapsodizing: “Ifg on earth there is a paradise of bliss- it is this! Oh,

it is this!” In the afternoon we delve in to Old Delhi, a teeming warren of tiny streets and

twisted lances where one can still glimpse remnants of faded glory on once elegant

buildings of a bygone era. Small craft shops abound, chock full of “bling”- wildly

fanciful silks, embroideries, silver and gold artifacts, gems (real and fake) and Mad

decorations- all for practically nothing. Returning to the Hotel stop for a visit at the tombs

of Humanyun and Khan-Khanan, the most important early Mughal monument in

Delhi. The mosque Quila-I-Kuhna Masjid survives as a magnificent example of India

Islamic architecture fine arches, elaborate decoration and a favorite favorite façade of

black and white marble on red sandstone

Delhi to Agra 220 Kms 4 Hrs drive time

This morning You are bound for Agra car and driver Meet you at Hotel and our company

representative will Help You in check Out at hotel.

And the world renown Taj Mahal – the greatest monument to love and the strongest

magnet to any visitor to India.

Taj Mahal One of the Seven Wonders of the World and surely th3e most extravagant

expression of love ever created. 20,000 men laboured for over 17 years to build this

memorial to Shah Jahan’s beloved wife. It is a wealth of white marble and semi-precious

stone

Undoubtedly the highlight of our tour. Later We leave for tour of the imposing Agra

Fort, built of red sandstone and marble is a hilltop citadel with fabulous courtyards,

fountains and gates.

If the time allow then explore the local handicrafts and shopping centers of the city where

one can look for marble inlay work, fine quality carpets, Zari and embroidery, leather

goods etc.

Day 3 Agra to Jaipur 250 Kms and 5 hrs drive time

Another magical viewing come at dawn. In the early hours we enter the great gates and

catch a breathtaking sight of the rising sun as it warms the pristine marble domes, and in

the rosy mist it seems as though the entire jewel like monument is floating on the lake of

light. After breakfast back at the hotel we leave for Jaipur, driving through vibrant

Rajasthani villages, Passing through this colorful countryside we witness scenes that are

the same today as they were 2000 year ago – a wedding procession perhaps, a village fair,

or a simple gathering of gaily clad women gossiping at a water fountain. In the fields we

glimpse brightly turbaned men driving the oxen and plough and women threshing grain

or sowing seeds. Their gold adornments flash in the sun, and they seem like a flock of

bejeweled birds with their brilliant saris billowing in the soft breeze. On the way stop at

Fatehpursikri magical Ghost city Mughal Palace. Build by Emperor Akbar in 1597. this

glorious complex stands today unchanged, the elaborately carved sandstone and marble

as crisp as it was 400 years ago, still exemplifying the atmosphere of Akbar’s cultured

and enlightened court. Adjoining Diwane-I-Am (Hall of Public) is the Parchesi

Courtyard where Akbar’s Ladies frolicked as playing pieces on the outsize checkerboard.

We will reach jaipur, the Pink City in the early evening and drive directly to a

magnificent Hotel.

Over night stay at hotel

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Rajasthan Wildlife Safari Tour

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Welcome Rajasthan tours welcome to Place of Kings RAJASTHAN, This is a perfect region and is the world’s most attractive Part in India in these days, Which includes forts, palaces.

Prices from : 30,812 INR Runs : Varied Run Times

Rs. 30,812.00
6 Days / 5 Nights

Duration : 6  Days Location :  India
Departs : New Delhi Returns to : Agra
Visits : New Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Ranthambhore

Tour Itinerary and details

DAY 1: NEW DELHI – JAIPUR
Pickup from New Delhi Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand by placard carrying driver straight to Jaipur and transfer to Hotel in Jaipur. Later visit to the fabled Pink City, the Old Jaipur, Drive through the Johari Bazaar to the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds).Visit the various museums inside the City Palace and the ancient observatory, Jantar Mantar, Pay a visit to the Govind Deoji Temple, housing the patron deity of Jaipur. Evening free for shopping, etc. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

 DAY 2: JAIPUR 
On the second day of the trip, visit the magnificent Amber palace. See the largest cannon on wheels in the World, and old cannon foundry at Jaigarh. Visit to the Kanak Vrindavan Temple in the valley of flowers. Evening enjoy the dinner with cultural dances at Chokhi Dhani. Over night stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

 DAY 3: JAIPUR – RANTHAMBHORE
Depart for Ranthambhore after breakfast. Check-in at hotel in Ranthambhore. After lunch visit to Ranthambhore National Park.    Overnight stay at hotel in Ranthambhore.

 DAY 4: RANTHAMBHORE – BHARATPUR
Morning visit to the National Park – Project Tiger. Later drive towards Bharatpur. Enjopy a brief visit to the Keoladeo Ghana, Bird Sanctuary.  (Entry Fee and guide fees in the park are extra). Check-in at hotel in Bharatpur for overnight stay.

 DAY 5: BHARATPUR – AGRA
Morning visit to Keoladeo Ghana Bird sanctuary. Depart for Agra after breakfast. Visit to abandon city of Fatehpur Sikri on the way. Check-in at hotel in Agra. Later visit the Agra Fort, Itmnad – Ud – Daulah & famous Taj Mahal. Overnight stay at hotel in Agra. 

 Day 6: AGRA – DELHI
On the last day of the trip, morning visit the Taj Mahal and Red Fort and afternoon drive back to New Delhi airport where the tour ends.

Rajasthan Historic Tour

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Rajasthani  tour is tour of the southern Rajasthan it starts from New Delhi and ends at New Delhi and the tour shows the Rajasthan values and romance.

Prices from : 46,312 INR Runs : Varied Run Times

Rs. 46,312.00
10 Days / 9 Nights

Duration : 10  Days Location :  India
Departs : New Delhi Returns to : Jaipur
Visits : New Delhi, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, Jaipur, Udaipur, Mount Abu and Shekhawati

Tour Itinerary and details

 DAY 1: NEW DELHI-JAIPUR
Pickup from New Delhi Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand by placard carrying driver and drive straight to Jaipur and transfer to Hotel. Later visit to the fabled Pink City, the old Jaipur. Drive through the Johari Bazaar to the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). Visit the various museums inside the City Palace and the ancient observatory, Jantar Mantar. Pay a visit to the Govind Deoji Temple, housing the patron deity of Jaipur. Evening free for your own activities like shopping etc. Overnight stay at hotel.

 DAY 2: JAIPUR – BIKANER
Depart, after an early breakfast, for Fatehpur, Shekhawati. See the Cenotaph, Step well, beautifully painted Havelis & Old Streets. Proceed after lunch for Bikaner. Visit to Camel-breeding farm outside Bikaner (open 3 – 5 pm). Up on arrival installation at hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

 DAY 3: BIKANER – JAISALMER
See the fabulous Junagarh fort & Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner. Proceed to Jaisalmer. Have lunch on the way (Packed Lunch). Visit Kheechan, with its hordes of cranes, on the way. Reach Jaisalmer before sundown, to catch a glimpse of the setting sun on the Golden Fort. Check-in at hotel in Jaisalmer.

 DAY 4: JAISALMER
Visit Jaisalmer Fort & Museum after breakfast. Also see the Jain temple. Take a walk through the back streets to the Patwon ki Haveli & Kothari Haveli. After lunch proceed to Kuldhera – an abandoned habitation, and then to Sam Sand Dunes. Take a Camel Ride and experience the haunting magic of the tale Dhola Maru.

 DAY 5: JAISALMER – JODHPUR
After early breakfast, leave for Jodhpur the Sun City via Pokhran. Have lunch at Osian. See deer on the way in the Bishnoi villages and reach Jodhpur by afternoon. Visit Mehrangarh Fort one of the most awe-inspiring fort in Rajasthan. Do not miss the view of Jodhpur’s blue houses & Sunset from the top of the fort see Jaswant Thada and Ummed Bhawan (Only from outside).
Check-in at hotel in Jodhpur.

 DAY 6: JODHPUR – MOUNT ABU
Leave after an early breakfast for Mount Abu en route visit Ranakpur Jain Temples. Check-in at hotel in Mount Abu. Visits to Sunset Point / Nakki Lake in the evening. Overnight stay at hotel in Mount Abu.

 DAY 7: MOUNT ABU – UDAIPUR
Visit Dilwara Temples and Brahmakumari Ashrams after Visit Dilwara Temples and Brahmakumari Ashrams after breakfast. Leave for Udaipur after lunch Check-in hotel in Udaipur. Evening free for your independent activities. Overnight stay at hotel in Udaipur.

 DAY 8 : UDAIPUR
Full day sightseeing of Udaipur covering the City Palace, Old City, Saheliyon ki Badi & Haldi Ghati.Overnight stay at Hotel in Udaipur. 

 DAY 9: UDAIPUR – AJMER – PUSHKAR – JAIPUR
Drive after breakfast for Ajmer. Visit the Dargah of Sufi Saint Salim Chisti and leave for Pushkar. See the Holy Lake after lunch & visit the only Temple of Lord Brahma in the world. Pushkar is famous for rose cultivation as well. Visit a Rose Farm. Drive to Jaipur. Over night in Jaipur Hotel.

 DAY 10: JAIPUR-NEW DELHI
On the last day of the trip, visit the magnificent Amber palace. See the Largest Cannon on wheels in the world and old Cannon Foundry at Jaigarh.Visit to the Kanak Vrindavan Temple in the valley of flowers.
Drop at New Delhi hotel/airport in evening.